This is a politically philosophical discussion of what CeremoniRum is and how it should be treated with equality. CeremoniRum’s purpose is to create a neutral and ceremonial room for ceremonies. We use Ronald Dworkin as represent of an egalitarian liberal theory in order to understand, what CeremoniRum is and what significance the understanding of the project has for the equal treatment it should receive. As supplement to and a critic of Dworkin’s theory we deploy another egalitarian liberalist, Cécile Laborde. We further glance at the Danish system for approving religious communities. We conclude that CeremoniRum is a complex project, which can be understood as either neutral towards ways of life or multicultural. We conclude that the understanding of CeremoniRum is of crucial significance to how and whom it should be treated equally. We further conclude that, according to Dworkin’s theory, if CeremoniRum is understood as neutral towards ways of life it can be seen as a permissible good for the state to support on equal terms as culture, but if it is understood as multicultural it can be seen as an impermissible good for the state to support on equal terms as other such concepts.
|Uddannelser||Filosofi og Videnskabsteori, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||12 jan. 2015|